Dominican Republic

The Dominican Republic is so much more than just beaches. It’s rich and diverse landscape make it one of the most popular Caribbean destinations. With a dense jungle, stunning mountain range and quaint colonial towns, there is something for everyone. You can embark upon ecotourism adventures, explore ancient relics or climb the highest mountain peak in the Caribbean.

The capital, Santo Domingo, is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and is the oldest city in the region, definitely a must-see if you can. When on holiday in Dominican Republic there are two main regions to stay, Punta Cana and La Ramona. Punta Cana has pristine white sandy beaches and breath-taking golf courses. While La Ramona is tucked away and boasts some of the prettiest beaches and quiet fishing villages.

This captivating country is full of warm, hospitable people ready to welcome you into their relaxed way of life.

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Good To Know

Flight Time

9 hours

Time Zone

-4 hours GMT

Language

Spanish

Currency

Dominican Peso but US Dollars are widely accepted

Things To Do in Dominican Republic

saona island beach and sea in dominican republic

Saona Island

This island is true paradise; with palm-fringed beaches, powdery white sand and clear blue waters. A chilled out day on Saona Island comes complete with a delicious barbecue lunch and plenty of rum punch.  

Santo Domingo

Santo Domingo is a UNESCO World Heritage Site bursting with history and colonial charm. In addition to its historical sites, you can also enjoy fashionable shopping, great nightlife and delectable dining.  

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Whale Watching

This is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to observe humpback whales in their natural environment in Samana. The whale watching season is between January and March and sightings are virtually guaranteed during these months.

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